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Matthew C. Winner
Host of the Children's Book . Co-founder of (ex). 2013 Mover & Shaker. Author of w .
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Want to hear the story behind an award-winning picture book from the author who wrote it? There's a waiting for your ears:
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These studies are eye-opening and invaluable >> A Closer Look at 2017 African/African American Books c/o@CCBCwisc
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Replying to @ZachVonZonk
Woah! Honored to know you think so highly of the podcast! That means a lot
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Review of Midnight Teacher: Lilly Ann Granderson and her Secret School by Janet Halfmann via
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The experience of reading my son 's CRESENT MOONS AND POINTED MINARETS: a Muslim Book of Shapes ( ) and flipping back and forth from new page to glossary and back again gave me (*AND* him) such joy. Can't wait to share it with others!
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Interesting... >>> Social Class, Taste, and Literature: How Your Background Influences What You Read via
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A Librarian’s Guide To Finding Diverse Books Before They’re Published (& How To Nominate Them for LibraryReads) coming out with gloves swinging for a purpose! LOVE this!
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21 Queer Women of Color Books You Have To Read!- via
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Matthew C. Winner May 23
Book Review: Anger is a Gift by Mark Oshiro via >> I'm excited to start the audiobook for this one!
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Matthew C. Winner May 23
How Will Kwame Alexander Change Children’s Literature? by Michelle Ardillo via
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Matthew C. Winner May 23
Graphic Novels for Ages 7 and Up & 6 Book GIVEAWAY! via
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Matthew C. Winner May 23
Happy Lucky Penny Day - Leave pennies throughout your classroom or library throughout the day for students to find. As a student finds one, wish them a day of good luck. For more May activities and celebrations, visit: via
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Matthew C. Winner May 23
Excited to share my interview with author Dave Eggers on his newest book, a middle grade novel called THE LIFTERS. Have a listen:
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Matthew C. Winner May 22
Follow. This. Blog Series! >> Survivors: E. Lockhart on Thriving as a Long-Time, Actively Publishing Children's-YA Author via
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Matthew C. Winner May 22
Cover Reveal and Dual Interview: Wings by Cheryl Klein, ill. Tomie dePaola via
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Matthew C. Winner May 22
Writers, are you aware of 's INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EDITORIAL COMMITTEE? What an amazing resource to strengthen work, empower kids, and make our books serve an even greater call!
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Matthew C. Winner May 22
You'll want to watch the books Margie reviews! I always love the way she truly "sees" a book!
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Jillian Heise May 21
Rosie Revere is going to be in a chapter book series?! How exciting!!
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Matthew C. Winner May 22
Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s Most Wonderful, Whimsical Children’s Books via (I'm pretty sure this is just a list of ALL of her PBs, but they're all wonderful! ;)
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Matthew C. Winner May 22
Special guest Dave Eggers shares THE LIFTERS, a new and adventurous middle grade novel from
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